Lessons from Our History

By Hannah Matis It is sometimes said of the Episcopal Church that its darkest hour was its first. The eldest province in the Anglican Communion beyond the British Isles, the church in the American colonies r... Read More...

Looking to Covenant’s Future

By Jeff Boldt Last week, several of my fellow contributors engaged in a public-facing roundtable discussion about the reasons they write for Covenant. Reading their engaging accounts got me to thinking about... Read More...

J.I. Packer and the Heritage of Anglican Theology

The Heritage of Anglican Theology. By J.I. Packer. Crossway. Pp. 372 $39.99. Review by Jordan Hylden When J.I. Packer died last summer, he left behind a mountain of theological writing — nearly seventy books! — that few can match, including the classi... Read More...

Bringing Forth Treasure New, Old, and Perplexing

By Mark Michael InterVarsity Press’s new 1662 Book of Common Prayer, International Edition surely made it smoothly through all the copyrighting wrangles, but it’s not the first book I have used that merits the title. In the country church where I was first ... Read More...

How Reformed Are We?

Anglicanism: A Reformed and Catholic Tradition By Gerald Bray Lexham Press, pp. 128. $23.99 Review by George Sumner To the considerable corpus of works proposing definitions of Anglicanism, Gerald Bray ... Read More...